King Nun cancel two forthcoming gigs due to UK petrol shortage

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“Many attempts to find fuel along the motorway have got us nowhere”

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King Nun has canceled two shows due to a shortage of Britain’s National Patrol, the London-based band has announced.

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The London-based band was set to play the Gathering Sounds festival on Teesside last night (26 September), before heading to Sheffield tonight (27 September) for a headline show at the Record Junkie venue.

As announced by the band on social media, they were unable to play both shows due to the petrol shortage currently being experienced in the UK.


The band shared a video of frontman Theo Polizides outside a petrol station, writing on Twitter, “Many attempts to find fuel along the motorway have got us nowhere due to national shortages.”

“We’re really, really sorry for everyone who wanted to come and see us play,” they said in the video, revealing that the band’s goal is to record a livestream event of the set they’re on. Will play gigs.

“Finally we have to face it we can’t possibly travel,” the band said in a source in the tweet. “We are disappointed and therefore sorry for everyone who wanted to see us.”

Across the UK, panic and bulk purchases are running out of fuel at petrol stations, with miles of queues outside stations.


Today (27 September) it is being told that 90 percent of petrol pumps across the UK are without fuel.

King Nuns is set to play a show at the Seabright Arms in London tonight, with tickets available Here.

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